Tag Archive: Cook

Crispy tuna and pasta bake

This recipe is another one of Mummy Swindian’s classics – it is a very homey, warming, delightfully crunchy dish. It was inspired by Betty Bossi (of the onion chopper), but we improved upon… Continue reading

Quinoa salad with mackerel, halloumi, avocado and walnuts

Happy New Year everyone! Like most others, my goal for 2014 (or at least January) is to eat more healthy food. But I will never, ever compromise on taste and these January recipes… Continue reading

Mushroom risotto in rosé wine

The best thing about risotto is that it is almost infinitely versatile. As long as you have arborio rice, some form of wine and stock, you can pretty much add anything else you… Continue reading

Thama’s simple and delicious chicken curry

My paternal grandmother, whom I call Thama, is a fantastic cook. Every time I visit India, I look forward to her cooking, and her chicken curry is one of my favourite things (I… Continue reading

Juicy pork stir-fried with lime and ginger

For some reason, I haven’t made anything Oriental in quite a while. This dish was well worth the wait, though! It’s based on a recipe my mother used to cook – it was… Continue reading

Taste of Christmas, Tobacco Dock, 24th November 2013

After my visit to the Real Food Festival earlier this year, I jumped at the opportunity to attend another, widely publicised foodie experience: The Taste of Christmas! Thanks to my Tastecard subscription, I… Continue reading

Clockjack – rotisserie chicken at Piccadilly

14 Denman Street, W1D 7HJ  I love the diversity of London, but sometimes, amidst all the Korean, Eritrean and Lebanese food, it’s wonderful to find a place that just does simple rotisserie chicken.… Continue reading

Warming pumpkin, coconut and ginger soup

Last week, I spotted the first pumpkin of the season, which made me remember a dish from years past. It is similar to the sweet potato soup I made recently, but more nuanced… Continue reading

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